Named as a place to stay by
& National Geographic
WEATHER IN TRINITY
With a focus on regional cuisine, vegetables, fruit and other ingredients are sourced locally as much as possible. In fact, a variety of greens, herbs and edible flowers are grown in the Twine Loft’s very own kitchen garden and wild berries grow in abundance around the Loft – it doesn’t get much more local than that! -Occasions Magazine Spring 2010-
Wild blueberries and partridgeberries grow in abundance around the Loft.
No Newfoundland outport garden is complete without a root cellar.
Calendula flowers add colour and flavour to soups or desserts.
Chives, fennell, dill and lovage at the kitchen's backdoor.
Who can resist the beautiful blue of the Borage flowers.
We need lots to satisfy the guests requests for rhubarb jam and desserts.